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Chicago fitness company alleges St. Albans fitness center owes $10,000

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By Philip Gonzales | Sep 27, 2018

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CHARLESTON — A Chicago company is suing a St. Albans fitness center, alleging it owes more than $10,000 for breach of a service agreement.

Les Mills United States Trading Inc. filed a complaint in Kanawha Circuit Court against Jeff Roy, trading and doing business as Active Sports Complex, alleging failure to perform its obligations under the terms of the contract.

According to the complaint, in May 2015, Les Mills U.S. Trading provided certain goods and services to Active Sports Center on credit. After allowances for all proper credits for payments and/or returned merchandise, the suit says, $10,255 remains due and owing. 

The plaintiff alleges Active Sorts Complex, despite demand for payments, has failed or refused to pay the full amount or any part thereof.

Les Mills United States Trading seeks trial by jury, judgment of $10,255, with continuing interest of 7 percent per annum dating from May 1, 2017, costs of suit and all other just relief. It is represented by attorney John R. Keating of Amato Keating and Lessa PC in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Kanawha Circuit Court case number 18-C-963

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